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Can You Sound Like Me? (DVD)

Author(s): Kathryn Keiper
Publisher: Chew Chew Chatter, 2012
SKU code: 700SLM
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If your child loves counting, colours, playing hide and seek or pretending to be a tiger, then they will love this unique Australian DVD. Through Kath's extensive work in early year's programs she has found the combination of simple and engaging songs with a powerful visual medium to be highly successful in teaching children of all abilities the skills required for successful communication.

This DVD has been specifically designed for children with a cognitive age range of birth to six years. Can You Sound Like Me? is presented in a fun, interactive and entertaining way, while keeping the presentation at a steady pace and visually simple to teach language skills without overloading the child.

Key Features
  • Features 15 original songs which have been carefully developed around teaching a range of imitation, vocabulary and comprehension skills.
  • Specifically designed for use with children with developmental delay and disability including Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Global Developmental delay and receptive and expressive language delay/disorder.
  • Tracks one through five target more simple imitation and language skills while tracks six through 10 target more difficult concepts.
  • Tracks 11-15 target more advanced vocabulary skills.

Song List

  • Hello
  • Tap our Sticks
  • Can you Sound Like Me?
  • Move Our Body
  • Tickle our Tummy
  • Instruments
  • Up and Down
  • Self Help
  • Big and Little
  • Counting Monkeys
  • Sing Some Sounds
  • Things That Go
  • Colours
  • Hide your Eyes
  • Good-Bye
Author(s): Kathryn Keiper
About the Author(s):

Kath Keiper has been a paediatric speech pathologist for 15 years.